Monday Ratings: Bones, Mom, Hostages, HIMYM, Blacklist, The Voice

Bones wedding ratingsMonday, October 21, 2013 ratingsNew episodes: How I Met Your Mother, 2 Broke Girls, Mom, Hostages, Dancing with the Stars, Castle, The Voice, The Blacklist, Bones, Hart of Dixie, and Beauty and the Beast. Reruns: Sleepy Hollow and The Big Bang Theory.

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  1. teresa says

    I HATE HATE HATE did i say HATE this bull@#*# rating system. It does not incorporate EVERYONE, i am not involved in it, and it does not take into account DVR’S. I am soooooo sick and tired of this crap and the powers that be using it in deciding to cancel a show or not. I DVR EVERYTHING !!!! THE ONLY THING I WATCH LIVE IS FOOTBALL AND THE NEWS because i hate commericials. Anymore there are more commericals than a show, and that is starting to include the news. you have more commericals being aired than programs or news and it is getting to be ridiculous. Someone needs to do something about this crap rating system before we lose all the good shows and only have crap reality shows on !!!!!!!!!!!!!

    • says

      Out of every hour of programming, commercials take up 14-18 minutes. Cable and daytime typically have more than network primetime.

      Ratings are actually used to gauge how many people watch a show’s commercials since that’s the way that the networks make money to make the programs. Without commercials, you wouldn’t have the shows that you love.

      I hope that helps.

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